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TCP/IP Based IoT Communication with ThingSpeak Platform : IOT Part 29

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Priya

ESP8266 based TCP-IP Connected ThingSpeak Arduino Temperature Monitor Circuit In the previous tutorial, features, advantages and limitations of TCP/IP Protocol were discussed. Though, TCP/IP is not best suited for IoT applications due to packet overheads, still being the most common protocol stack on internet, it offer ubiquitous connectivity. An IoT device can be made to communicate with a cloud or server using TCP/IP protocol without any hassle of network programming and network administration. In this project, an IoT device will be designed that could transmit sensor data to ThingSpeak Platform using the TCP/IP protocol. 

 

Maxim Buck Controllers and Converters Brings-in Industry’s Best High-Voltage Automotive Power Solutions

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Shreepanjali Mod

Maxim Integrated Products Inc. recently introduced power management ICs that are smallest in size and highest efficiency in industry. These ICs will assist automotive designers in meeting next-generation space and power challenges for automotive applications. 

 

 

Sensor Types Used in IoT

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Engineers Garage

Use of sensors is pretty common in industries and organizations. But, Internet of Things (IoT) has put the usage of sensors at a completely different level. Again, the entire concept of IoT exists and survived because of sensors. What role does sensors play in IoT? Simply answered, they are the medium through which various physical objects are connected through Internet. IoT platforms function and deliver various kinds of intelligence and data using a variety of sensors. The world has gone digital and “smarter” through the interconnection of things via Internet through sensors. 

Mouser Stocking 900nA Nanopower Op Amp

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ST TSU112 Operational Amplifiers offer an ultra-low power consumption per channel of 900nA (typical) and 1.2µA (maximum) when supplied by 3.3V. Combined with a supply voltage range of 1.5V to 5.5V, these features allow the TSU112 to be efficiently supplied by a coin type Lithium battery or a regulated voltage in low-power applications. The high accuracy of 150µV maximum and 11.5kHz gain bandwidth make the TSU112 ideal for sensor signal conditioning, battery supplied and portable applications.

 

A Low-Cost GPS Positioning System With High Accuracy For Small Robotic Devices?

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Engineers Garage

Ingmar excels in building most interesting electronic projects like machine learning, robotics, differential GPS, and others. The one we are talking about here is a small GPS navigation system that can be used for small sized systems like robotic cars. The most usual problem faced with respect to such devices is that the accuracy gets compromised over 4-5 meters distance when filters aren’t used. 

 

 

How Healthcare Industry Is Evolving With AI?

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Engineers Garage

Every scientific innovation is result of a fictional concept that was considered as pure magic in past. Take mobile phones, for example, it is a common part of our lives now, but ask someone who was there 50 years back, a device like this existed nowhere else then their biggest fantasies. So, it got me to a question - what can be the biggest fantasy for medical world? There were several ideas that came to my mind but than the James Cameron’s masterpiece “Avatar” caught our attention. 

 

Embedded C

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Akshay Daga

Looking around, we find ourselves to be surrounded by various types of embedded systems. Be it a digital camera or a mobile phone or a washing machine, all of them has some kind of processor functioning inside it. Associated with each processor is the embedded software. If hardware forms the body of an embedded system, embedded processor acts as the brain, and embedded software forms its soul. It is the embedded software which primarily governs the functioning of embedded systems.

Automatic Software Update by IoT Device over FTP Protocol - IOT Part 44

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Priya

Raspberry Pi 3 MicroSD Card SlotIn the previous tutorial, FTP protocol and file transfer over it between a Client and Server was discussed. The FTP protocol can really useful in many IoT applications. Many IOT devices are installed in places like nuclear plant, electrical grids and other industrial setups where these types of devices can get some bugs and need application software updates to fix them. On standard IoT protocols like MQTT, CoAP, etc, it is hard to update and reinstall application software because most of the IoT protocols are designed for IoT communication between devices and network but not for tasks like application updates.

Circuit Design: Pulse Amplitude Modulation

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There are different kinds of modulation technique based on varying the properties of a pulse train. The Pulse Width Modulation (PWM) varies the width of individual pulses according to the amplitude of the modulating signal. The Pulse Position Modulation (PPM) varies the position of individual pulses from their mean position according to the amplitude of the modulating signal. The PWM is a kind of modulation technique indented for power efficiency, but the power required to transmit individual pulses varies significantly.

DIY Circuit Design: Pulse Width Modulation (PWM)

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The PWM is a technique which is used to drive the inertial loads since a very long time.The simple example of an inertial load is a motor. Apply the power to a motor for a very short period of time and then turn off the power: it can be observed that the motor is still running even after the power has been cut off from it. This is due to the inertia of the motor and the significance of this factor is that the continuous power is not required for that kind of devices to operate.